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The eighteenth-century practitioners of anatomy saw their own period as 'the perfection of anatomy'. This book looks at the investigation of anatomy in the 'long' eighteenth century in disciplinary terms.

Author: Andrew Cunningham

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 0754663388

Category: Medical

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The eighteenth-century practitioners of anatomy saw their own period as 'the perfection of anatomy'. This book looks at the investigation of anatomy in the 'long' eighteenth century in disciplinary terms. This means looking in a novel way not only at the practical aspects of anatomizing but also at questions of how one became an anatomist, where and how the discipline was practised, what the point was of its practice, what counted as sub-disciplines of anatomy, and the nature of arguments over anatomical facts and priority of discovery. In particular pathology, generation and birth, and comparative anatomy are shown to have been linked together as subdisciplines of anatomy. At first sight anatomy seems the most long-lived and stable of medical disciplines, from Galen and Vesalius to the present. But Cunningham argues that anatomy was, like so many other areas of knowledge, changed irrevocably around the end of the eighteenth century, with the creation of new disciplines, new forms of knowledge and new ways of investigation. The 'long' eighteenth century, therefore, was not only the highpoint of anatomy but also the endpoint of old anatomy.

This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text The Anatomist Anatomisd; An Experimental .

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Sidrach Simpson, The anatomist anatomisd, 1644 (Wing S3821), 9–10. Adam
Steuart, An answer to a libell, 1644 (Wing S5489), 3–4. Baillie, Anabaptism, 50–1
. Hunter Powell has criticized historians for relying too heavily on Steuart, Forbes,
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Author: Matthew C. Bingham

Publisher: Oxford Studies in Historical T

ISBN: 9780190912369

Category: Religion

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In the seventeenth century, English Baptists existed on the fringe of the nation's collective religious life. Today, Baptists have developed into one of the world's largest Protestant denominations. Despite this impressive transformation, those first English Baptists remain chronically misunderstood. In Orthodox Radicals, Matthew C. Bingham clarifies and analyzes the origins and identity of Baptists during the English Revolution, arguing that mid-seventeenth century Baptists did not, in fact, understand themselves to be a part of a larger, all-encompassing Baptist movement. Contrary to both the explicit statements of many historians and the tacit suggestion embedded in the very use of "Baptist" as an overarching historical category, the early modern men and women who rejected infant baptism would not have initially understood that single theological stance as being in itself constitutive of a new collective identity. Rather, the rejection of infant baptism was but one of a number of doctrinal revisions then taking place among English puritans eager to further their on-going project of godly reformation. Orthodox Radicals complicates of our understanding of Baptist identity, setting the early English Baptists in the cultural, political, and theological context of the wider puritan milieu out of which they arose. The book also speaks to broader themes, including early modern debates on religious toleration, the mechanisms by which early modern actors established and defended their tenuous religious identities, and the perennial problem of anachronism in historical writing. Bingham also challenges the often too-hasty manner in which scholars have drawn lines of theological demarcation between early modern religious bodies, and reconsiders one of this period's most dynamic and influential religious minorities from a fresh and perhaps controversial perspective. By combining a provocative reinterpretation of Baptist identity with close readings of key theological and political texts, Orthodox Radicals offers the most original and stimulating analysis of mid-seventeenth-century Baptists in decades.
2019-01-03 By Matthew C. Bingham

Historians of early modern anatomy have equally reappraised the view that
Boniface's bull marked anatomy with a ... 2003), 20ff, Andrew Cunningham, The
Anatomist Anatomisd: An Experimental Discipline in Enlightenment Europe (
Farnham: ...

Author: Lucia Dacome

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198736189

Category: History

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An account of the practice of anatomical modelling in mid-eighteenth-century Italy, showing how anatomical models became an authoritative source of medical knowledge, but also informed social, cultural, and political developments at the crossroads of medical learning, religious ritual, antiquarian and artistic cultures, and Grand Tour spectacle
2017 By Lucia Dacome

( åndtammifda , von Anarchical , adi , perwirrt , ohne bürgers anatomy , )
anatomisd . ) Zur Anatomie liche Ordnung und Regierung , anarchisch . Behörig .
An anatomical knite , ein anato : The anarchical and rebellious state of misodes
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Author: Samuel Johnson

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1783 By Samuel Johnson

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ISBN: UOM:39015064553236

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A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. It fully covers 1,144 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, and it indexes individually selected, relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journals.
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bann thun , verfluden . Anight . A nights , adv . bei Nadt . Anathematize , r . a . In
den Kirchen . Animadversion , s . Wabrnehmung , fi Anatoinical , adj . -ly , adv
anatomisd . Veriveis , m . Anatomist , 8. Unatomiter , Zerglie . Aviwadvert , b ' , a .

Author: James C. Oehlschläger

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ISBN: NYPL:33433069251647

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Anh auch ell . house ; - dem Uljer , on the shore . b ) - der Watt - , from the
creation of the Anatomie , f . anatomy . einem Sonntage ... to Anäßen , Anatomisd
, adj . anatomical . doubt of ete .; ich habe die Geschichte gehört , Anabaptift , m .

Author: Christoph Friedrich Grieb

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ISBN: CHI:18631862

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Anatomie , f . anatomy . Amor , m . cupid , love . Anatomisd , adj . anatomical .
Ampel , f . lamp . Anbaden , v . a . to stick , to adhere Ampfer , m . sorrel , dock .
Anbau , m . cultivation , culture .; Ampbibie , f . amphibious animal . settlement .

Author: James C. Oehlschläger

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ISBN: NYPL:33433075914477

Category: English language

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Geburt , F. Andranatomy , ån - drx - nat - ó - mé , Anangular , In - ång ' - gu - lår , e
. ohne Ancestry , an ' - sès - tré , s . Ahnen , pl .; Zergliederung menschlicher ... #
ngat , #ngelethaler ; adv . anatomisd . Ancony , ång - kó - né , s . an den anden ...

Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Thieme

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10702632

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Author: Karl Wildhagen

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ISBN: UCLA:31158005608343

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1960 By Karl Wildhagen

jertegen , Anatom'ically , anatomisd ) . Schiffes . 3. der Anferjoll , das Anfergeld .
jersehen ; ( Phil . ) auftöjen . Anatomist , å nåttomist , s . der 4. das Untern .
Analyzer , ån'ålizůr , s . 1. der Xna : Unatomifer , Zergliederer . Anclored ,
ảnékürrẻd , p ...

Author: Christoph Friedrich Grieb

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ISBN: UIUC:30112124478733

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Author: George J. Adler

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ISBN: UIUC:30112071068156

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1851 By George J. Adler

ly ( -19 ) nebmen , rügen . av . anatomisd ) . Anatomist ( en et - toh Animal ( en- i
mel ) n . Thier nt .; adj . tbie . mit ) n . Anatom m . Anatomize ( -tot risch .
Animalcule . ( en ib mel- fiubl ) meis ) v . a . sergliedern . Anatomy ( n . Tbierden
nt .

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ISBN: NYPL:33433069251712

Category: English language

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adv . -ly !. anatomisd . amiability , n . die Liebenswürdigkeit . anatomist , n . det
anatomiter , Zergliederer . amicable , adj . ( adv . -bly ) . freundschaftlich . [ Lat .
anatomize , tr . anatomiren , gergliedern . amicabilis ( amicus , friend ' ) . )
anatomy ...

Author: William Dwight Whitney

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ISBN: NYPL:33433084115306

Category: English language

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f anatomy , dissection , Inatómifer , sm . I. asatóMb , anatóMEKW .. un anatomiste
. anatomist , dissector . Дnatomiren , Фа , анатомировать , вскрывать ..
anatomiser , disséquer . to anatomize , dissect . Anatomisd , adj . anatomúneckii
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Author: Ch. Ph Reiff

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ISBN: OXFORD:N11982381

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1875 By Ch. Ph Reiff

anatomist . tausend Mann , nearly two thousand men . 5 ) Ånberahmen ,
Anberaumen , v . tr . [ a law ( = für , for ] So viel ... 6 ) = anfängend , be *
Anatomisd ) , I. adj . anatomical . II . adv . Anberaumung , f . the setting , fixing or
apginning !

Author: Joseph Leonhard ilpert

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924088038777

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Author: Karl Breul

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105120691915

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1956 By Karl Breul

Author: Karl Wildhagen

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ISBN: UCLA:L0077416295

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1957 By Karl Wildhagen

Author: Karl Breul

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924014059764

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1936 By Karl Breul

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